It was a rough weekend for 8 San Bernardino County teams in CIF-SS championship games, going 0-8.
Here are the results:
Torrance Bishop Montgomery 56, Etiwanda 50
Compton 63, Redlands East Valley 48
Garden Grove Orangewood Academy 82, Hesperia Christian 54
Los Angeles Windward 51, Etiwanda 37
South Torrance 57, Colony 56
Santa Barbara Bishop Diego 48, Bloomington Christian 32
Los Angeles Cathedral 2, Chaffey 0 (Friday’s result)
Garden Grove Santiago 1, Chino 0
San Bernardino County basketball championship games, all Saturday
At Azusa Pacific
Division 2A girls: Colony vs. South Torrance, 11:30 a.m.
Division 1AA girls: Windward vs. Etiwanda, 1 p.m.
At Godinez High School
Division 5A girls: Bloomington Christian vs. Bishop Diego, 1 p.m.
Division 6 boys: Hesperia Christian vs. Orangewood Academy, 7 p.m.
At Honda Center
Division 2A boys: Redlands East Valley vs. Compton, noon
Open Division boys: Etiwanda vs. Bishop Montgomery, 6:30 p.m.
at Corona High School
Division 3: Chaffey vs. Cathedral, 7:30 p.m. Friday
Division 5: Chino vs. GG Santiago, noon Saturday
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Here is who is left in the playoffs from San Bernardino County for boys and girls basketball and boys soccer, with girls soccer playing today
Open Division Semifinal
Etiwanda at Mater Dei
Ayala at Anaheim Canyon
Redlands East Valley at Colony
Division 6 semifinals
Rio Hondo Prep at Hesperia Christian, Friday
Orangewood Academy at Joshua Springs, Monday
Cajon at Oaks Christian
Chino Hills at Windward, 5 p.m.
Etiwanda at Los Alamitos
Alta Loma at Troy
Santa Barbara at Summit
Norco at Eisenhower
Lakeside at Colony
Orangewood Academy at Aquinas
Bloomington Christian at Avalon, 5 p.m.
Eisenhower boys basketball coach Ray Jimmerson, above, talks after his team was eliminated in the second round of the Division 2AA playoffs. Eisenhower finished tied with Redlands for the Citrus Belt League title, but went as the league’s No. 2 entry because of the head-to-head tiebreaker.
Eisenhower defeated Whittier 64-60 in the first round before losing to Ayala 61-45 on Tuesday.
You’ll see in some of the highlights the frenetic pace, and that was how the game was. There were no easy trips up the floor, except in transition. The pace was especially crazy in the fourth quarter, when San Bernardino outscored Moreno Valley 20-15.
Glover scored five of his 13 points in the fourth quarter to help San Bernardino stay undefeated in the Mountain Valley League.
Sun Top 10, and CIF-SS rankings.
First, The Sun Top 10
1. Chino Hills (7-13)
Chance to avenge on-the-court loss at Damien Friday
2. Etiwanda (16-6)
Tight win vs. Gahr Saturday
3. Ayala (18-4)
Better, but still unable to beat Glendora
4. Rancho Cucamonga (17-6)
Close vs. Damien, blown out by Chino Hills
5. Colony (16-8)
Lost to very good Corona Santiago team
6. Redlands East Valley (19-3)
Ike still a thorn in REV’s side
7. Redlands (17-5)
Has moved into a tie for 1st
8. Eisenhower (11-11)
Split week vs. Redlands teams
9. Kaiser (14-7)
Sweep of Summit gets Cats into Top 10
10. Don Lugo (15-7)
Tight win vs. Chaffey
Dropped out: 7. Summit (17-5).
Under consideration: Alta Loma (15-9), San Bernardino (14-8), Silverado (14-10), Summit (17-5).
CIF-SS BOYS BASKETBALL RANKINGS
Shown a little in the highlights is the job Kaiser did on the board, especially offensively.
Byron Wesley Sr., coach of Summit, had plenty of compliments to pay for the Kaiser team. I think he’d like his team to emulate Kaiser. Regardless I think he’s optimistic for the future, with some key freshmen and sophomores on the varsity roster.